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Submitting Your Proposal

Most funding agencies make grants to the institution, not to individual applicants. Therefore, all grant applications to government agencies, foundations, corporations, or other entities must be submitted via OSPR.

The University System of New Hampshire has delegated signature authority for research and sponsored programs to OSPR staff, acting as Authorized Organizational Representatives (AORs) in fulfillment of their specific roles.

Individual faculty/staff applicants are not authorized to submit grant applications on behalf of the institution or to sign sponsored projects agreements.


Contact the Office of Sponsored Projects and Research

Please visit our staff page for a directory of contacts for various sponsored projects and research functions.

Announcements
March 21, 2018 –

Thinking about applying for a Fulbright? The KSC Office of Sponsored Projects & Research is hosting a Fulbright Roundtable on Monday, May 14th, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in Huntress 12. Dr. Shirley McLoughlin, who has reviewed many Fulbright applications in the past years, as well as several other…

September 26, 2017 –

We are pleased to make you aware of the following grant-writing workshops available to our faculty. OSPR workshops for faculty are listed on the Faculty Staff Training Website and you may register there unless otherwise indicated.

Faculty Workshop: Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals ; Date: Friday, December 15, 2017; Time…

September 26, 2017 –

In 2010 and 2014, CMC/DH compiled lists of priority topics that would have clinical and community health partners available to link with academic faculty and students for possible research. The backdrop of the Healthy Monadnock Initiative has us particularly interested to partner with others to pursue community-based participatory research that…

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